Photos of Stage 21
Ripley Green to Walton Bridge (8.45 miles)
Starts on The Green at Ripley High Street and after less than a mile joins the Wey Navigation at Walsham Gates and follows it Weybridge. We then follow the towpath along the Desborough Cut to Walton Bridge. The route is flat and easy. With some of the photos below you can click on them to view a larger image.
Lane / Path from Ripley Green to Walsham Lock.
Walsham Lock on the Wey Navigation.
Newark Priory, a short walk upriver from Walsham Lock.
Pyrford Lock and the narrow road bridge over the Wey.
The Anchor Pub at Purford Lock.
Nation Trust sign at Parvis Wharf - click for a larger image.
Walking on Water at Parvis Wharf.
Narrow-boat under rail bridge on Wey Navigation.
Sign to Basingstoke Canal.
Footbridge from the Wey Navigation to the Basingstoke Canal.
Wey Navigation under the M25.
Luckily the huge M25 bridge soon turns west on its way around London.
New Haw Lock and its Keeper's House.
Approaching Coxes Mill,
Kids taking the plunge on a hot day at Coxes Lock,
Black Boy Bridge takes us over the Wey Navigation.
The path after Black Boy Bridge.
The Round House near Black Boy Bridge.
Under the newer Wey Bridge.
Looking back to the old Weybridge.
Boathouses along the Wey at Weybridge.
Thames Lock & View from the footbridge over it.
Footbridge over the natural River Wey and between houses soon after.
The Old Crown at Weybridge.
Some signs nearby at Monument Green, Weybridge.
Monument Green, Weybridge.
Weybridge Ladies Amateur Rowing Club.
Shepperton Ferry leaves from the Weybridge Bank of the Thames.
The Thames Towpath along the Desborough Cut.
A car on the Desborough Cut.
Cowey Sale on the approach to Walton Bridge.
The picnic area and snack bar at Walton Bridge.
Rivermen and their boats near Walton Bridge.
Boat Trips from Walton Bridge.
Walton Bridge at the end of the stage.
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